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100 Endangered Species

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By: Rachel Hudson(Author), Brett Westwood(Foreword By)
224 pages, 100 colour illustrations and colour maps
Publisher: Button Books
100 Endangered Species
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  • 100 Endangered Species ISBN: 9781787081055 Hardback May 2021 In stock
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This is a little book with a big ambition, to highlight 100 endangered species from around the world and the work being done to bring them back from the brink of extinction. From Andean bears to sungazer lizards, it explores the incredible species that we're in danger of losing forever, and highlights the conservation efforts having a direct, positive impact on the ground. Packed with exquisite illustrations, fascinating facts and essential maps and charts, it will appeal to children and adults alike as both a beautiful gift and a shout-out to future generations to get involved with protecting our precious wildlife.



Age Level: Junior scientist

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Illustrator and author Rachel Hudson collaborates with leading conservation organizations in the UK including Butterfly Conservation, the National Trust and the Wildlife Trusts. She has illustrated for BBC Wildlife Magazine and was awarded Best Rural Creative Business in the South East and Greater London region in the Rural Business Awards 2019/20. She lives in Hampshire, England, on the edge of the South Downs National Park.

New
By: Rachel Hudson(Author), Brett Westwood(Foreword By)
224 pages, 100 colour illustrations and colour maps
Publisher: Button Books
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